Santiago continues to do well. In the above photo you can see some green spots on the soil where algae is forming - not to worry, that'll stop happening so much once I turn the internal tent fans on. Right now I don't want my seedlings to dehydrate too much over the day.
Diaz is also doing well, even if the going is a little slower. I'm sure, her one cotyledon damaged as it is, it's taking a little longer than it otherwise would to generate power for growing her new leaves, but they are growing.
Jeffords's shell casing didn't completely open, but his taproot did emerge yesterday and yet made no progress over the day in paper towel. I decided to try something a little different with Jeffords and planted him, covering up his planter with plastic wrap as I've seen others do with their seedlings. Hopefully something comes of this. I haven't yet had this much bad luck with a batch of seeds. My partner suspects it's due to shipment in very cold Canadian weather.